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What is causing severe abdomen pain after breathing ?

It started two weeks ago. it started as pains close to cramps, and happened every so often. It was two weeks before my period so I thought that it could possibly be pregnancy , but it didn t seem possible because I am on birth control . I missed two seperate pill by no more than 10 minutes. Then I thought that it could be constipation so I started taking pills for that. It seemed to help for a little while, but today the pain has changed it is no longer cramp like but rather whenever I breathe it is a stabing, and pressurue pain. It hurts not only my lower abdomen , but my stomach as well now, like everything is bruised and being constantly pused on. Pulling my muscles in changes it to ore of a stabbing pain. I have been passing gas more than normal, if that has bearing on a diagnosis. Eating hurts, but I can t rightly stop eating entirely. It hurts and I just want it to stop. It feels like something in my lower stomach is moving, not like a pregnancy mving, more of food being processed. Someone please help me, I just want it to stop.
Asked On : Fri, 24 Jun 2011
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Thanks for query,
it seems that you have got infection in the abdomen and it should be evaluated.
It may be due to GITract,genito-urinary tract infection.
Go for ultra sound and urine check up.
ok and bye.
Answered: Fri, 24 Jun 2011
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